Resources for EBCI High School Students

The Cherokee Center provides assistance with the following areas to EBCI students interested in attending WCU or Southwestern Community College:

  • Application Completion
  • Class registration
  • Transcript Requests
  • Financial Aid Guidance
  • Tutoring recommendations
  • Academic Advising
  • Internships
  • Job shadowing
  • And much more

Opportunities You May Be Interested In

Admissions: Ready to submit an application to WCU? Great. Make sure to choose the application pathway that best fits you. Apply

Campus Tours: Campus Tours are a great way to get to see the campus and learn a little bit about the buildings and activities on campus. Register for a tour

Hunter Library: Hunter Library provides high-quality intellectual content to support the teaching, research and lifelong learning activities of the Western Carolina University community. Library website

Cherokee Studies: Cherokee Studies develops and coordinates programs and courses relating to Native American and Cherokee culture, language, history, health and environment with the goal of promoting awareness and understanding of Cherokee and Indigenous issues. Learn more

Summer Camp: WCU Youth Camps include a wide variety of opportunities for kids of all ages and interests. Learn more

Schedule an Appointment

Schedule your Appointment Today with the WCU Cherokee Center staff. We offer a number of new students resources and opportunities.

 
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